1st May 2007
Pope backs bullet bishop 10
12:04 PM — A spokesman for Pope Benedict XVI has said he is shocked by the threats made against the life of an Archbishop leading the Roman Catholic church in Italy's opposition to gay rights.Archbishop Angelo Bagnasco was sent a live bullet in the post last week.A police guard had already been put in place last month after Archbishop Bagnasco's cathedral in Genoa was attacked by vandals.
44% of HIV+ men in London undiagnosed
11:52 AM — More than one in three HIV positive gay men say they have unprotected sex, a survey reveals.The surveys were carried out at 90 gay bars, clubs and saunas in London, Manchester and Brighton.Over 2,000 men provided saliva samples. Of these, one in three of the men with HIV did not know they had the virus.
Broadband provider bans Gay 1
11:19 AM — A lesbian called Gay has been reprimanded for using her name in work e-mails.Gay Hamilton, from Nelson, New Zealand, was sent an automated e-mail from the broadband provider Telecom which read:"[Your email] was identified by our content filtering processes as containing language that may be considered inappropriate for business-like communication."
“Piano Man” was a victim of gay heartbreak
11:12 AM — The mute "Piano Man" who walked out of the sea in a suit two years ago had a nervous breakdown because of a split with his gay lover, it has been revealed.The man spent months in a British psychiatric clinic after he was found in Sheerness, Kent, on April 7th 2005.He was wearing a suit with the labels cut out and had no passport.
GaydarRadio wins a Sony award
10:30 AM — Digital radio station GaydarRadio was named Digital Terrestrial Station of the Year last night at the Sony Awards.The gay station beat off stiff competition from other finalists BBC Radio Asia and Fun Radio to take the accolade at a ceremony at London's Grosvenor House Hotel.The judges said GaydarRadio was a station: "that captures the heart if its community and gives a vibrant voice."